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Our in house manufacturing gives us unmatched flexibility and quick turnaround time. Depending on the order quantity, parts are typically within the customer’s hands in two weeks or less!

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Whether you want 1 part or 5,000, our team can help you choose the best materials and system to get the desired results for your application. 

Our in house manufacturing gives us unmatched flexibility and quick turnaround time. Depending on the order quantity, parts are typically within the customer’s hands in two weeks or less!

Whether you want 1 part or 5,000, our team can help you choose the best materials and system to get the desired results for your application. 

Our in house manufacturing gives us unmatched flexibility and quick turnaround time. Depending on the order quantity, parts are typically in hands in 10 days or less!

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Step 1: Get An Instant Price

Upload your 3D part file to our instant quoting tool below to get immediate pricing. Simply select your desired material and print setting and add to your cart for a price. If you need any help along the process use the “ask for help” button to get in contact with on of our Application Engineers.

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Step 2: Place Your Order

Place your order through our online tool and our team will get started on manufacturing. The team utilizes our fleet of printers located in our Syracuse office FabLab to create your parts. When the parts have finished printing our team will remove support material using our wash tanks.

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Step 3: Inspect and Ship Final Product

Once the prints are inspected for quality, they are packaged and shipped.

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Fill out our instant quote form below and see how much your part will cost and in which material.

Our typical lead time is 10 days, but rush orders can be done in as little as 3 days. Our team of engineers has decades of experience and we stand behind the quality of our parts.

When submitting your part file please make sure you select the model units that match your model!

What Our Customers Say

This was our first endeavor into 3D Printing. We are in the process of developing an injection-molded edge for our synthetic ice. Given the investment cost of the project (design & mold), it was mission-critical that we create a prototype.
(The expected cost of the mold is $25k, so this was not something we could leave to chance)
Your Team did a wonderful job from start to finish. The work is first-class and we are confident in proceeding with our design & mold build.
Keep up the great work & we will update you on the project as injection products begin production in a few months.
Michael Chavanne
Director of Operations at SkateAnytime.com

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Step 1: Get An Instant Price

Upload your 3D part file to our instant quoting tool below to get immediate pricing. Simply select your desired material and print setting and add to your cart for a price. If you need any help along the process use the “ask for help” button to get in contact with on of our Application Engineers.

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Step 2: Place Your Order

Place your order through our online tool and our team will get started on manufacturing. The team utilizes our fleet of printers located in our Syracuse office FabLab to create your parts. When the parts have finished printing our team will remove support material using our wash tanks.

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Step 3: Inspect and Ship Final Product

Once the prints are inspected for quality, they are packaged and shipped.

PolyJet

Stratasys Polyjet systems are renowned for their incredibly detailed and unique printing properties. By combining photopolymer resins, PolyJet 3d printers can create over 500,000 different colors and control part durometer for unmatched realism and feel. Smooth surface finishes make this system the ideal for patterns and molds, and the wide variety of color and durometer controls create the most realistic detailed medical models in the 3D printing world!

FDM

The most widely used 3D printing system in the world; Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) provides unmatched reliability, repeatability, and material options. Ranging from inexpensive prototyping materials like ABS and ASA, up to engineering and high performance materials like Polycarbonate, Nylon Carbon Fiber, and ULTEM. FDM is the most versatile and commonly requested service at CADimensions.

What Material Is Right For Your Application?

ABS

ABS is a great general purpose plastic. It is good for prototypes, and jigs and fixtures that won’t see too much abuse.

Ideal Applications For ABS:

  • Functional Prototyping
  • Jigs, fixtures, drills guides, manufacturing aides

ABS-ESD7

This is ABS material with additives that make it static-dissipative. It’s perfect for fixtures used to manufacture electronics.

Ideal Applications For ASB-ESD7

  • Jigs, fixtures, guides, and tooling used in the production of electronics

PC-ABS

PC-ABS has superior heat resistance and stiffness compared to ABS, without being as brittle as PolyCarbonate (PC).

Ideal Applications For PC-ABS

  • Functional prototyping. PC-ABS is most like your final product
  • Manufacturing aides and tools
  • Applications where you need impact resistance and less flexibility

PolyCarbonate PC-10

PolyCarbonate is a very ridig engineering grade plastic. It’s used in making bullet proof glass, and has high temperature and chemical resistance. 

Ideal Applications for PC-10

  • Functional prototyping as it’s very close to your final product
  • Manufacturing tools, aids, and fixtures

ASA

ASA has nearly identical mechanical properties to ABS, but is UV-stable. It has a less glossy surface finish which looks very nice.   

Ideal Applications For ASA

  • Better for applications that will be exposed to lots of sunlight
  • Jigs, fixtures, guides, and tooling 

Diran

Diran is a stiff Nylon-6 based material with strong chemical resistance. The mineral infill gives it a lubricious non-marring surface, perfect for work-holding fixtures and tooling. 

Ideal Applications For Diran

  • Brackets and braces used closer to the end of the production process where you metal fixtures could damage the finish

Nylon 12

Nylon 12 is a very tough engineering grade plastic. It is ideal for environments where high-impact strength and strong chemical resistance are needed.

Ideal Applications For Nylon 12

  • Jigs, fixtures, guides, and tooling where high-impact is needed
  • End-use parts

Nylon 12 CF

Nylon 12 CF is incredibly rigid and is commonly used to replace aluminum components. Anywhere you need jigs and fixtures to withstand constant use in a manufacturing environment. 

Ideal Applications For Nylon 12 CF

  • If Nylon 6 is not enough, carbon fiber is much stiffer 
  • Automotive, aerospace, and industrial manufacturing 

 

TPU

TPU is a flexible, rubber-like plastic. It’s great for prototypes of flexible components, and masking tools in manufacturing.

Ideal Applications For TPU

  • Pliable, simulated rubber for soft touch parts and traction grips
  • Gaskets, o-rings, seals, surface protection, wheels…if it’s like rubber, TPU is what you need

Ultem 1010

Ultem 1010 is the top of the line when it comes to high-performance plastic with high temperature and chemical resistance. It’s a more rigid material than Ultem 9085.

Ideal Applications For Ultem 1010

  • This is the strongest and stiffest material available
  • Often found in automotive and aerospace applications 
  • Certified for medical use 
  • A bio-compatible material

Ultem 9085

Ultem 9085 is also an extremely high-performance plastic with high temperature and chemical resistance. It is less stiff, which gives it a greater impact strength compared to Ultem 1010.

Ideal Applications For Ultem 9085

  • Ultem 9085 has a special flame resistant property so it’s ideal for applications with high temperature or flame exposure
  • Automotive and aerospace applications where high performance is needed

Application Matrix

 

FDM

PolyJet

Rapid Prototyping

YES

YES

Manufacturing Aids

YES

NO

Tooling

YES

YES

Casting Patterns

YES

YES

Injection Molding

NO

YES

Production Parts

YES

NO

polyjet vs. fdm cadimensions